Baobab Tree in Senegal (copyright Axel)
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Trees kill gazelles I just got through watching a
program on the Science Channel about how plants just don't sit
there but they interact with their surroundings. They talked
about how plants have memory, they sleep, defend themselves and
communicate to each other. Appearantly there was an unsual
amount of gazelle deaths in a park in Aficia and they came to
the conclusion that the trees that we thought help the gazelles
get through a drought reacted to be eaten and produced more
thorns and more tannins on the branches that were being nibbled
on. They also communicated this to other trees in the area....
more » Feb 17, 2010.
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Peace Prize 2004: Trees for Democracy (Dec 2004)
Trees Dec 2007
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Africa: Old Growth